Belgium St. Salvator's Cathedral

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Jakub Bors

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The St. Salvator's Cathedral is a busy church with people coming to worship there all day. Therefore, tripods and flash photography are not allowed.

About this spot
Bruges' cathedral, located in the heart of the old town, has amongst its treasures a rood loft with an organ, medieval tombs, Brussels tapestries and a rich collection of Flemish paintings (14th-18th century). The treasure chamber displays, amongst others, artworks by Dieric Bouts, Hugo van der Goes and other Flemish primitives.
Although it may not be the number one spot to photograph in Bruge, it's worth a quick visit, especially during the day when the light condition isn't the best outside.

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